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Feliciano has a mean streak for sure. As long as Bodine and Ducasse never play for the Bills ever again, I think we'll be fine.

 

You notice that Allen had time to throw. Barkley had to scramble out of the pocket to make throws.

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Watching the highlights and reading the reviews definitely has me feeling better about C depth behind Morse with Feliciano in the fold.  

 

We seem to have 7 OL that are all capable of consistently average/above average play.  Lots to be excited for.  

 

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1 hour ago, Augie said:

It’s GOT TO BE better than last year! 

I can tell already and I didn't even see the game!

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1 hour ago, wppete said:

John Feliciano and Cody Ford were very impressive today. These two in the middle were knocking people all over the place. Feliciano was tossing people to the ground on the majority of the plays. Two huge mean, aggressive dudes that can move. Excited to what they can do this year especially against the run. 

 

Peterman looked good last pre season...

 

I will never read anything into a pre season game again..

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1 hour ago, Royale with Cheese said:

 

The starting line up that I listed has been consistent in the last week of camp.

Ford was supposedly struggling in camp at RT.

I think if they wanted Feliciano to start at RG, he would have tonight.

I thought that at first but then took a step back from it. With Morse out, they might have wanted to go with Bodine a Time C. Or just that someone else would have been moved around some and they didn’t want to mess with the lines that much. Who knows. We’ll find out more next game and hopefully Morse will be back soon. 

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10 minutes ago, Aussie Joe said:

 

Peterman looked good last pre season...

 

I will never read anything into a pre season game again..

 

I think QB is one of the easier positions to “trick” people in the preseason with.  

 

Peterman is a guy who will look good against vanilla schemes and soft coverage.  He’s smart and extremely accurate.  

 

Unfortunately for QBs like him, when the real bullets fly, you speed up and need to rely on talent as well.  His arm strength was always his undoing. It doesn’t show until he’s forced to use it.  

 

Guys like Oliver are easier to dissect.  Engage lineman...beat lineman.  Engage double team.  Beat double team.   He seems to have been doing that for most of his snaps, and against Nelson of all people. 

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1 hour ago, billsbackto81 said:

The depth we have on the OL is great to see.  I think the competition has done wonders for Dawkins' mindset. He was way too comfy last season just having the LT position just handed to him. Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Long - Ford - Nsekhe - Feliciano and Long is a pretty solid and versatile line up. Ducasse and Bodine don't seem to bring anything but stench to the table. Though Bodine at times was serviceable last season he is clearly on the outside looking in this year.

 

The top 8 look really good.

Interior seems set but they probably need another tackle now that Waddle is done.

Conor McDermott was burned a couple of times but I didn't really watch how his entire play was.

 

Who right now is the #4 OT?

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37 minutes ago, MJS said:

Feliciano has a mean streak for sure. As long as Bodine and Ducasse never play for the Bills ever again, I think we'll be fine.

 

You notice that Allen had time to throw. Barkley had to scramble out of the pocket to make throws.

 

Those two should be cut tomorrow, if not sooner.

8 minutes ago, ColoradoBills said:

 

The top 8 look really good.

Interior seems set but they probably need another tackle now that Waddle is done.

Conor McDermott was burned a couple of times but I didn't really watch how his entire play was.

 

Who right now is the #4 OT?

 

DeOndre Wesley maybe? Best guess after the Waddle injury. Unless he's already been cut in the last 3 days. Just checking the depth chart.

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1 hour ago, TigerJ said:

Conversely, Bodine demonstrated why the Bills went out and made Mitch Morse the richest center in the NFL.  Please get better, Mitch.  The Bills need to be able to cut Bodine's behind.  The same goes fro Vlad Ducasse.  I'll give Spain a mulligan on his holding penalty this time, but I don't want to see him make a habit of it.   

Bodine and Ducasse have to be cut. We gotta draft a quality C next year.

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10 minutes ago, JoPar_v2 said:

 

Those two should be cut tomorrow, if not sooner.

 

DeOndre Wesley maybe? Best guess after the Waddle injury. Unless he's already been cut in the last 3 days. Just checking the depth chart.

 

Just those 2 and McGhin right now I think.  Open competition for that last roster spot.

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1 hour ago, wppete said:

Excited to what they can do this year especially against the run. 

FRICK!! Fire McBeane. Why the %÷& would they put them on defense!!

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I went to game, isolated on Ford and Nsheke the entire time they were in game.

 

Nsheke  is a stud...outstanding.

 

Ford has a long way to go....i'm sure this won't be popular...but I highly doubt he starts.  played mostly RG, then a little RT.

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20 minutes ago, papazoid said:

I went to game, isolated on Ford and Nsheke the entire time they were in game.

 

Nsheke  is a stud...outstanding.

 

Ford has a long way to go....i'm sure this won't be popular...but I highly doubt he starts.  played mostly RG, then a little RT.

 

Nsekhe is the most underrated signing this year. Morse is great, but this guy stepped in for Trent Williams and from what I've read they didn't lose a step.

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27 minutes ago, papazoid said:

I went to game, isolated on Ford and Nsheke the entire time they were in game.

 

Nsheke  is a stud...outstanding.

 

Ford has a long way to go....i'm sure this won't be popular...but I highly doubt he starts.  played mostly RG, then a little RT.

If Ford needs more time to learn, fine. Let him watch from the sidelines for awhile.

 

Nothing wrong with letting rookies grow and learn.

 

I was very impressed with out starters tonight. Allen had time to throw, and that was great to see.

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5 hours ago, DrDawkinstein said:

Right on. I really liked what I saw tonight out of the starting OL. And that was with Morse out!

 

I'm expecting Feliciano and Ford to slide one step to the right when Morse comes back.

 

Hoping they continue to gel!

 

In Square Dancing it’s called sashay right. But we already know these dudes love to do the Slide.

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5 hours ago, wppete said:

 

We have to get Feliciano in the starting lineup. I like:

 

Dawkins - Spain - Morse - Feliciano - Ford

At this stage, Nsheke is the better tackle.

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You folks don't seem to be realizing that there are typically four tackles on a roster, meaning some guy of significance is likely losing a spot to McDermott, Wesley, or someone who's not even on the team yet. You can't roll with only three tackles, especially if you're talking about starting all three of them!

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6 hours ago, JoPar_v2 said:

 

I love McDermott overall but he seems to have hard-to-understand fascinations with certian guys, Vlad being exhibit A. He sucks. Penalties, slow AF, I don't know man.

Hard to understand is the point. McD sees and knows things we don't.

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Didn't get to see any run blocking from the starters, though. 

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Did anyone else pay attention to Wyatt Teller last night?  I was also very impressed with what I saw from him as well.  He was knocking guys around all over the place.  It's nice to see the nastiness taking form on our offensive line. 

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You can tell when a team is getting better when you cut guys that wind up going to other teams and starting.  I suspect that happens with a couple of the O line guys this year.

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Think about this and try not to shutter: Ducasse, Miller, Mills, Teller, and Bodine were all regular starters on our o-line last year 😭 ..... All five are in danger of not having a NFL job in a few weeks.

 

The improvement in o-line personnel alone with make Allen, the WRs, and the running backs so much better this year. Even mediocre results from them will be huge improvement.

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20 minutes ago, oldmanfan said:

You can tell when a team is getting better when you cut guys that wind up going to other teams and starting.  I suspect that happens with a couple of the O line guys this year.

I pity the team that starts Bodine or Vlad.

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2 hours ago, The Bills Blog said:

You folks don't seem to be realizing that there are typically four tackles on a roster, meaning some guy of significance is likely losing a spot to McDermott, Wesley, or someone who's not even on the team yet. You can't roll with only three tackles, especially if you're talking about starting all three of them!

Tackles: Dawkins, Nsekhe, Ford, McDermott/Wesley

Guards: Spain, Long, Feliciano, Teller

Center: Morse

 

Seems pretty straight forward at this point barring injury.

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